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The evidence is prevalent. Sport and physical activity are powerful tools for education. Sport can engage and empower young people, building their confidence, and inspiring them to move. Recognising this unique potential of sport, the IOC has updated its series of free and practical learning resources – the OVEP toolkit, version 2.0 – which blends sport with education and cultural expression so as to make learning fun and dynamic and to form well-rounded individuals.
The toolkit has been re-shaped and enriched with ideas, stories, quizzes and activities featuring new material, a delivery guide, activity sheets and a Resource Library, which provides a rich selection of inspirational resources, from videos to case studies. To empower trainers and stimulate young people through play, this new edition also features an exclusive interactive platform - The Olympic Adventure - teaching schoolchildren life skills and values, and encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle.
Want to get a taste of the Olympic Adventure and learn how it works? Watch the video!
Designed for students from primary to secondary school, OVEP uses the universality of sport in the Olympic context to support teachers and educators with the delivery of a values-based curriculum in and outside school. Based on the Olympic philosophy that learning takes place through a balanced development of both body and mind, the Programme allows young people to experience life values such as excellence, respect and friendship.
Learn more about OVEP and experience the benefits of sport and Olympism as a school for life by visiting: www.olympic.org/ovep.
Download the OVEP toolkit here
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